Dress for Success Oregon
To empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Bottom Line for Portland
Supporting women in the labor force is fundamental to the health and social development of families and the economy as a whole, especially after Covid-19. And by championing Dress for Success Oregon, you are championing equal access to critical resources for women such as access to transportation, computers, and workwear clothing as well as job preparation support, career advancement opportunities, as well as hands-on guidance on topics such as financial growth, workplace navigation, employer benefits and wellness topics from subject matter experts in our community. By investing in our mission, you are investing in our economy's potential and in doing so, helping establish a community where both women and gender expansive people as well as their families have the potential to live safe, enriched and healthy lives.
"As a single mom who is currently still supporting my daughter in virtual learning, there are things that I’m not able to do or afford to care for myself. It was so great to have an organization like Dress for Success Oregon to come along and fill the gap where it was needed at the right time."
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
After completing a 2-year DEI audit in 2019, Dress for Success Oregon remains committed to promoting and advancing DEI in our organizational culture and in our program activities. We strive always to provide greater access to our programs; to seek community and client feedback and adjust our programmatic work accordingly; and to provide trauma-informed support through an intersectional approach to feminism and anti-racist lens. We also proudly serve all women-identifying and gender expansive individuals and continue to ensure that the clothing and resources that we offer reflects our commitment to supporting clients across the gender spectrum.
For all $10+ donations, receive a buy-one-get-one-free scoop from Dairy Hill Ice Cream
*Limited to one incentive per donor from each business partner.
Watch for special incentives on Big Give Days from other generous DFSO partners including: Freeland Spirits, The Mountain Shop, Dragontree Spa, Benza Vineyards, The Drybar, Dahl Style,Dalena Bradley Career Marketing Services, Vida Coworking,Coty Cosmetic, MYHAIRCHICK
- Give Back and Get Rewarded: Donate to DFSO During Willamette Week's Big!Give Days for a Shot at Extra Prizes
11/8/2023 Donate 25+ to DFSO and be entered into winning a spa package from Dragontree Holistic Day Spa
11/15/23 Donate 25+ to DFSO and be entered into winning 4 tasting to Freeland Spirits
11 /22/23 Donate $25+ to DFSO and be entered into winning 2 ski rentals from the Mountain Shop
11/28/23 Donate $100+ to DFSO and be entered to win a “chef experience” with a private dinner for 6 with a chef, valued at $1500.
12/6/2023 Donate $25+ to DFSO and be entered to win a $100 gift certificate to Level Beer.
12/13/2023 Donate $50+ to DFSO and be entered into winning 1 bottle of brut rose from Benza Vineyards, 2 blowouts from the Happy Valley Drybar and a Personal Style Assessment from Dahl Style.
12/20/2028 Donate $25+ to DFSO and be entered into winning a fragrance package from Coty Cosmetics.
12/27/2023 Donate $25+ to DFSO and be entered into winning a bottle of brut rose from Benza Vineyard and a haircut from MYHAIRCHICK.
12/28/2028 Donate $25+ to DFSO and be entered into winning a fragrance package from Coty Cosmetics.
12/29/2028 Donate $25+ to DFSO and be entered into winning a fragrance package from Coty Cosmetics.
12/ 30/2023 Donate $50+ to DFSO and be entered into winning a package to start your new year right! Win 3 months of space at Vida Coworking and choose one of three options with executive job interview and career marketing coach, Dalena Bradley (Collectively valued at $1,900!).
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Year Founded: 1999
Tax ID: 931250115
Dress for Success Oregon is in the Human Services category which is sponsored by The Standard.
They're a small-sized organization with activities in Clackamas Co., Multnomah Co. and Washington Co.